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What to Do after an Auto Accident

If you are in an auto accident, it is critical that you take the right steps to protect your health and your rights. more


Winter is Coming - How to Decrease Your Risk of a Car Crash

How to Properly Drive in the Ice and Snow to Decrease Risk of Car Crashes more


Bed Sores and Nursing Home Abuse

What are Bed Sores, How do  they Form? more


What is Medical Malpractice?

Determining if you have duffered medical malpractice more


What is No Fault Car Insurance?

Many states, including Pennsylvania, have what is called no fault auto insurance. Some believe that this means that if they hit another person with their car, each party pays for his own damage. more


Why can't I sue when I am hurt at work?

Workers compensation laws prevent employees from being able to sue their employer, but make it easier to receive compensation after a work related injury. more


Do I Have a Slip and Fall Case?

I fell at a business. Can I sue? more


What If Insurance Can't Cover Enough After a Car Accident?

The minimum insurance requirements are not always enough to cover injuries following a serious car accident. more


Rights of Injured Workers Part 2: Working with a Lawyer

The best advice for people trying to collect workers’ compensation benefits is to speak with an attorney who specializes in workers’ compensation law.  This attorney should be actively practicing workers’ compensation law on a daily basis.   Many individuals... more


Full Coverage Is Not Full Tort

Many drivers make some serious mistakes when selecting their automobile insurance policy, especially when more


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